Alocasia wins again with another dazzling display of living beauty. The Cuprea’s leaves delicately twinkle as light reflects off of the almost metallic, dark chocolatey-green foliage. Similar to the Polly, this Alocasia is more compact than others, displaying a jungle rich burgundy underside which offers depth against the lustre of its glossy new growth.
Hibernating, hun? Alocasia undergo a period of dormancy during the winter, where leaves will drop and the plant might die back altogether. Do not bin the plant, as it will return in spring if kept warm and moist.
Beware the burn! Avoid placing your Alocasia in direct sunlight as this can cause the leaves to scorch.
Ditch the drought! Make sure to keep your Alocasia’s soil moist (not wet) at all times to keep it happy and healthy.
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